About Us

Comprised of two churches, St Patrick's and St John's, the United Parish of Templepatrick and Donegore is a member of the Church of Ireland and is located in Connor Diocese. The parish is situated just 12 miles outside Belfast in County Antrim. 


First and foremost, we are a group of people who are trying to follow Jesus Christ as Lord of our lives.  We believe that God is for you, the church is a place of greater opportunity and you really do matter to God and us.   


We meet at St John's at 10.00am and St Patrick's at 11.30am on Sunday mornings for worship, prayer and teaching. All ages are welcome and there is opportunity to get the whole family engaged.

We also have a short Holy Communion Service at 10.00am every Wednesday in St Patrick's with the opportunity for prayer for healing.


We have no membership rules, everyone is welcome to join us as we journey through life in seeking to know God better and love our neighbours as ourselves. 


We have more information on our weekly and monthly services. And you can read up on our policies and procedures.

Click below for more information on our Churches:

Where to Find us

 

St Patrick's Church, Templepatrick

Situated in Templepatrick village, St Patrick's was consecrated in 1827 and dedicated to St. John; but this was changed in 1886 to St. Patrick by Bishop Reeves. The church was completely restored in 1993.

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St John's, Donegore

Situated at Donegore this church bears the date 1659 over the inner door, 

but a church on this site was recorded in the Taxation Roll of 1306. 

Restoration was completed in 2000.

  

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